Despite the influx of digital content in our world, printed matter, in many cases,
is still preferred to reading something on screen.
I have been involved in every aspect of printed media since the beginning of
my career—designing, writing, editing, and production. Currently I serve as the
technical editor of the scientific journal, the Annals of Carnegie Museum of
Natural History. I edit manuscripts, retouch images, typeset manuscripts, and
prepare the files for printing.
Scientific content is unique due to the amount of typographic and stylistic
conventions associated with the information. Over the past couple of years
I have worked closely with the lead scientists and editors to develop rigorous
standards for how the Annals expresses information. This effort has raised the
consistency and quality of the publication.